Most family-owned businesses don't plan for a successor, and the top executives stay longer than they should.
Another challenge for the IT department: wearable technologies and the security issues they trigger.
The December National Federation of Independent Business survey shows optimism is back up to pre-recession levels.
A CEB survey finds that nearly half of employees believe they are paid at below-market rates.
A new bill passed by the House of Representatives would allow employers to offer fewer workers health insurance under the Affordable Care Act.
A new breed of high-tech economist is helping firms crack new markets.
The region's finance chiefs are still too often bogged down in details, research finds.
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Out-of-pocket costs and premium contributions are consuming a greater share of employees' income, even as health-care cost increases slow.
U.S. companies laid off 483,171 workers last year, a 5% decrease from 2013 and the lowest total since 1997.